Publications

Journal Articles

  1. Bradbury, J. Wales: Still a Labour Stronghold but Under Threat?. Parliamentary Affairs 68(suppl 1), 101-116.
  2. & Explaining Cooperation over Casework between Members of National and Regional Parliaments. Parliamentary Affairs 68(4), 665-689.
  3. & Constituency service in multi-level democracies. Regional and Federal Studies 24(2), 129-150.
  4. Wales and the 2010 General Election. Parliamentary Affairs 63(4), 726-741.
  5. The effectiveness of legislative mechanisms for the devolution of powers in the UK: the case of transport devolution to Wales. Public Money and Management 30(2), 97-102.
  6. Bradbury, J., John, P. Territory and Power: Critiques and Reassessments of a Classic Work. Government and Opposition 45(03), 295-317.
  7. Jim Bulpitt's Territory and Power in the United Kingdom and Interpreting Political Development: Bringing the State and Temporal Analysis Back In. Government and Opposition 45(03), 318-344.
  8. & State Devolution and National Identity: Continuity and Change in the Politics of Welshness and Britishness in Wales. Parliamentary Affairs 63(2), 229-249.
  9. The best of both worlds? MMP electoral reform and constitutional development in Scotland and Wales. New Zealand Journal of Public and International Law 7(1), 157-183.
  10. Bradbury, J. The European Union and the Contested Politics of ‘Ever Closer Union’: Approaches to Integration, State Interests and Treaty Reform since Maastricht. Perspectives on European Politics and Society 10(1), 17-33.
  11. Bradbury, J. Conclusion. Regional & Federal Studies 17(1), 147-158.
  12. Bradbury, J. Editorial. Regional & Federal Studies 17(1), 1-1.
  13. Bradbury, J. Introduction. Regional & Federal Studies 17(1), 3-22.
  14. Russell, M., Bradbury, J. The Constituency Work of Scottish and Welsh MPs: Adjusting to Devolution. Regional & Federal Studies 17(1), 97-116.
  15. & The Constituency Work of Members of the Scottish Parliament and National Assembly for Wales: Approaches, Relationships and Rules. Regional & Federal Studies 17(1), 117
  16. Hopkin, J., Bradbury, J. British Statewide Parties and Multilevel Politics. Publius: The Journal of Federalism 36(1), 135-152.
  17. Territory and Power Revisited: Theorising Territorial Politics in the United Kingdom after Devolution. Political Studies 54(3), 559
  18. Bradbury, J., Mitchell, J. Devolution: Between Governance and Territorial Politics. Parliamentary Affairs 58(2), 287-302.
  19. Mitchell, J., Bradbury, J. Devolution: Comparative Development and Policy Roles. Parliamentary Affairs 57(2), 329-346.
  20. Bradbury, J., McGarvey, N. Devolution: Problems, Politics and Prospects. Parliamentary Affairs 56(2), 219-236.
  21. The political dynamics of sub-state regionalisation: a neo-functionalist perspective and the case of devolution in the UK1. The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 5(4), 543
  22. Bradbury, J., Mitchell, J. Devolution and Territorial Politics: Stability, Uncertainty and Crisis. Parliamentary Affairs 55(2), 299-316.
  23. Bradbury, J., Mitchell, J. Devolution: New Politics for Old?. Parliamentary Affairs 54(2), 257-275.
  24. Bradbury, J. The devolution debate in Wales: the politics of a developing union state?. Regional and Federal Studies 8
  25. Bradbury, J. The blair government's white papers on British devolution: A review of Scotland's parliament and a voice for Wales. Regional and Federal Studies 7
  26. Bradbury, J. New labour, new devolution? The Labour Party and the politics of English regional reform. Regional Studies 30

Book Chapters

  1. & MPs' Inter-party contacts and the operation of party democracy. In Representing the People: A Survey among Members of Statewide and Substate Parliaments. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  2. The governance of social care for the elderly in England. In M.Bevir and R.A.W.Rhodes (Ed.), Rethinking Governance. Taylor & Francis eBooks.
  3. Devolution and Party Organisation in the UK: Statewide parties and statewide-regional branch relations over candidate selection in Scotland and Wales. In Swendon, W. & Maddens, B. (Ed.), Territorial Party Politics in Western Europe. (pp. 119-144). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  4. Devolution in Wales: an unfolding process. In Devolution, Regionalism and Regional Development: the UK Experience. (pp. 45-66). London: Routledge.
  5. The Blair Government, Devolution and Regionalism in the United Kingdom. In T Casey (Ed.), The Blair Legacy. Palgrave Macmillan.

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